When the summer performance season kicks off for the Prescott Park Arts Festival this summer, you may notice some changes they are making.

A new sound system, different show times and a different location for the main stage will be the most noticeable differences in what is being planned. The festival is addressing issues about noise levels during shows and how staff deal with visitors to the park.

Details of the changes were covered in Seacoast Online. They will go into effect this season, and depending on how things go, more may be on the way. The Prescott Park Arts Festival will be presenting "Peter Pan" this summer.

On June 6th, we'll be looking for you at the 31st annual WOKQ Chowderfest. As usual, it starts at 11:30 am and goes until the chowder is all gone!

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